Switzerland's ambitious and award-winning sextet, featuring some of the top jazz musicians Europe has to offer, heads to South Africa for a whirlwind tour of three cities across the country. Hildegard Lernt Fliegen, also known as, Hildegard Learns To Fly, embarks on a journey fuelled by world-class musical ingenuity and characterised by their unique style of jazzy exuberance and quirky humour.
Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa Tuberculosis Research Network to accelerate research and innovation through collaboration across the BRICS countries The National Department of Health is hosting the third BRICS TB Research Network Meeting, over 28 – 29 June 2018, in Johannesburg with delegates from the World Health Organization, Brazil, Russia, India and South Africa. The meeting is part of the multi-country vision to accelerate research and innovation in TB through the BRICS cooperation mechanisms.
The man who allegedly called for whites to be subjected to what “Hitler did to the Jews” will appear in the Equality Court sitting in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg on Monday. Velaphi Khumalo posted a comment on Facebook in January 2016 following another racial incident involving former estate agent Penny Sparrow, who referred to black people as monkeys.
South Africa's ruling party has decided to push for the right to seize land without compensation for redistribution to black citizens because it feels that the time is right in the 24-year old democracy to tackle an issue that divides the nation once infamous for a legislated system of racial segregation, a leading politician said. An earlier attempt to take land without paying for it could have jeopardized investor confidence in the economy in the sensitive years after the end of white rule while waiting further could stoke anger in a country where more than a quarter are unemployed and inequality rates are among the highest in the world, said Zweli Mkhize, the minister of cooperative governance and traditional affairs.
When a South African Airways Boeing 737 took off from O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg two years ago, headed for Cape Town, it was powered by an unusual fuel: tobacco. South Africa hasn't yet repeated the jet biofuel feat, but in an effort to cut its climate-changing emissions and promote greener power the country's researchers are looking for innovative ways to manufacture green aviation fuel at larger scale.
“The Democratic Alliance stands alone in South Africa for running a candidate list process which is transparent and seeks to attract only the best candidates across the country,” DA Federal Council Chairperson James Selfe said. The selection process is rigorous to ensure that the pool from which Members of Provincial Legislatures, Members of Parliament and premier candidates are picked from is extensive and has people that are dedicated to the democratic project, according to Selfe.
Geri Horner took to Instagram on Saturday to share a sweet photo of Prince Harry as a young boy hanging out with the Spice Girls in Johannesburg, his first public appearance after the death of Princess Diana Back in 1997, a then 13-year-old Prince Harry made his first public appearance in Johannesburg, South Africa during half term, following the funeral of his mother, Diana, the Princess of Wales , and the Spice Girls were on hand to make it that all bit easier for him. Going on a trip down memory lane over the weekend, Geri Horner took to her Instagram account to unearth a photo from their meeting.
Community leader says attacks, threats becoming increasingly inflammatory, warns prevalent anti-Israel sentiment is spilling over into racist slurs against Jews A German flag with Nazi swastika graffitied on a wall in Johannesburg, South Africa, on June 20, 2018. The South African Jewish Board of Deputies on Thursday filed a police complaint against three individuals they say contributed to a recent uptick in anti-Semitic attacks and threats against Jews in the country.
A study claims that by 2050, thirty new air conditioning units will be installed in China every 10 seconds. This apartment building in Fuzhou has 600 alone.
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